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Is there a way of getting something back if you lose it in a black cab?

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I know this is a daft question but my boss has lost his brand new blackberry in the back of a Black Cab in London - I suppose he has no hope of retrieving it or is there a central number you can call … Read More
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
I know this is a daft question but my boss has lost his brand new blackberry in the back of a Black Cab in London - I suppose he has no hope of retrieving it or is there a central number you can call to try to trace lost property?

Any advice gratefully received although I suspect we have no hope!
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
don't suppose he tried calling the blackberry.
#2
Yes, but it just rings and rings. I suppose he's not going to see it again but he only got it on Monday - typical!
#3
Contact local council they will advice you, lost property should be kept for i think 30 days. Good luck
#4
ba1964
Contact local council they will advice you, lost property should be kept for i think 30 days. Good luck


no chance- cabbie never seen nothing lol
#5
if it rings and rings thats a good thing,it means nobody has hoofed the sim card away and is trying to sell the phone
banned#6
lets be honest, the cabbie probably never saw it. His next pick ups will have nabbed that. They'll leave it on, but on silent until battery runs flat so it doesnt seem suspicious, then they'll scrap the sim and keep or sell on the phone. was he insured?
#7
if its on contract just block it
#8
Okay thanks everyone. It's a work mobile so I assume it's insured but not so worried about the cost, more the inconvenience of him not having it whilst away from the office.

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